What is physical therapy (PT)?
PT is therapy provided for the main purpose of improving mobility and ambulation. PT may provide exercises on a large ball to increase trunk control and overall strength to allow a child to walk either unassisted or with crutches.

The therapy is provided by a trained Physical Therapist who has at least received a Bachelors degree, graduated from an approved School of Physical Therapy, and has a license from the State of California to provide Physical Therapy.

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